Procés de debat i consulta del Pla de Drets Humans de Catalunya
#ÀgoraDeDrets Volem que la ciutadania digui la seva respecte a les mesures proposades per a cada un dels drets humans que conformen el pla
English essay structure
Introduction - 2-4 short sentences revealing the topic of the essay (10% of the whole text).
The main part - 2-3 paragraphs describing the essence of the essay. In them you need to disclose the topic as fully and competently as possible, give arguments and argue them (80-85% of the total volume of the text).
Conclusion - 2-4 sentences summarizing what you have written. In this part you make a general conclusion on the topic of the essay (5-10% of the text).
In the introduction you must clearly state the key topic-problem that you will discuss further. That is, to begin with, you must communicate the topic of the essay, paraphrasing it with the help of keyword synonyms. You must show that you have understood and comprehended the topic. You should also indicate that there are opposing views on the problem, and indicate which position you take. It is best to use impersonal constructions to emphasize objectivity.
In the main body, you should share your reasoning and thoughts on the issue at hand. Your reasoning with arguments should be given in a logical sequence. You should present several arguments that can support your point of view, as well as provide examples that support your point of view.
The conclusion is the final part of your essay. In the conclusion, you should summarize your reasoning, i.e. draw a conclusion and confirm your point of view. Depending on the topic of the essay, it may be appropriate to give a firm or streamlined answer to the question posed by the topic. Alternatively, you may clarify the perspective and implications of the problem posed.
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